Friday, November 15, 2013

“How to Write a Declaration of Facts to Submit to the Court”-from Featured Website

Perhaps one of the Best Tools we have to defend ourselves is creating a
Here is a super guide to help one do that: 

Also, do explore more of the information on this site,

Keep in mind you must become an advocate for yourself to defend yourself and those closest to you. 

FYI, here are just a few excerpts from this page:
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  1. "NEVER write any self-incriminating statements into your declaration as this can be used against you. You’re trying to prove your innocence, and not give evidence to prove your guilt."
  2. "Keep it as brief as possible. The judge is far more likely to read it happily and thoroughly if your sentences are short and to the point, and if no unnecessary information is included. Brevity is golden when writing court documents. You want the judge to like you, not hate you because your statement was too long. Focus in on the most important issues and leave out everything else."
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